Brian Johnson / President
With a combined 15 years in IT and security, I have a diverse set of experience that can serve a wide variety of your organization's needs. I'm also an extremely hard worker, easy to get along with, and completely committed to my work.
I have several relevant security certifications, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), and Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP).
When I'm not camped out behind a keyboard, I sing and play guitar in an acoustic duo called Sweet Surrender, I love leading kids music at church, and volunteer for organizations such as Concerns of Police Survivors and Feed My Starving Children.
Kevin Keane / Advisor
Kevin Keane, has more than 3 decades of experience facilitating success for entrepreneurs. He has been the president of a franchising company and the CEO of an international trade association. He is an attorney with a deep expertise in cyber law and privacy; franchising and licensing. He is a start company specialist and an investor and Board member in an array of technology start-ups. Keane writes and speaks frequently on topics of interest, including such diverse areas as Augmented Reality, data breach preparation and response, and Interactive Retail. Keane is considered that rare lawyer who actually understands marketing. He speaks to hundreds of small business owners each year, in his patented fast, funny and furious manner.
Jim Burns / Advisor
Jim has been in the IT industry for over 20 years. He started his career as a software developer and quickly moved into technical management roles. He loves technology and problem solving, and is always looking for creative ways to solve customer problems with technology. He currently owns Procise Solutions, a small custom software development consulting company in Wayzata, MN. Procise Solutions focuses on Microsoft technologies with a specialty in SharePoint and Office 365. Jim also serves as a contract CIO for several of his clients helping oversee their IT departments. In his spare time, Jim trades in his pocket protector for work boots to enjoy his first passion of farming. Together with his brother, they farm 1,500 acres of corn and soybeans. As you might imagine, Jim applies his technical knowledge to the farming operation, and much of the equipment drives itself.